|finger-like way, with the fingers||digitately|
|(Music) played by plucking with the fingers; note or musical passage played by the fingers, by plucking strings, pizzicato piece of music||pizzicato|
|(Slang) kiss and caress, "make out" (usually about teenagers); kill a bird for food preparation by chopping its head off at the neck; strangle, band around pillar, cut of meat, garment part around neck, kill poultry, kiss and cuddle, long narrow finger...||neck|
|a climb over something, a scratching at something, a scribbling, a search with fingers, a struggle to get something||scrabble|
|abnormal shortness of the fingers or toes (Medicine)||brachydactyly|
|act of intertwining or interlacing (like the fingers of two clasped hands)||interdigitation|
|act of playing a musical instrument with the fingers; touching, handling; act of handling with the intention of stealing, use of fingers, use of fingers on musical instrument||fingering|
|act of squeezing between a finger and thumb, tweak; ache, pain; little bit, small amount, an arrest, arrest somebody, be too tight and painful, critical time, grip something between finger and thumb, impose hardship on, narrow and disappear, painful sq...||pinch|
|act of stabbing somebody, act of stabbing; thrust, blow; attempt, try; sudden intense feeling (usually painful), hurt like a knife wound, jab finger or object at, pierce or wound with a pointed weapon or other object; make a stabbing movement, severe c...||stab|
|act of strumming, act of playing an instrument by brushing the fingers across the strings, play an instrument by brushing the fingers across the strings, play an instrument by brushing the strings, play tune, sound of strumming||strum|
|analog, done with the fingers, like a finger, representing data as numbers, representing sound/light waves as numbers, using numbers, with numbers||digital|
|animal fat, film, hit lightly; slap lightly; remove by quickly brushing away; make a quick movement of the fingers, hit with quick blow, move jerkily, move with quick blow, splash of color, tap, light slap; light sharp sound; quick movement (as of the ...||flick|
|animal toe or finger, finger width, human finger or toe, numeral in any number system, numeral used in decimal system, figure; finger||digit|
|any of the bones which form knuckles (in the fingers), finger bone||knucklebone|
|apply knuckles to, brass knuckles, finger joint, finger joint; rounded protuberance formed by the finger joint; cut of meat formed by the parts around the carpal or tarsal joint; part of the hinge into which the pin is inserted, have knuckles on ground...||knuckle|
|band for keeping embroidery fabric taut, basketball game, circular band made from metal or other stiff material; object which has a circular or ring-like shape, circular part of finger ring, croquet wicket, earring, encircle, surround; make a basket; m...||hoop|
|beads to finger when tense||worry beads|
|bent-finger disorder, forefinger||trigger finger|
|between the fingers or toes, made of parallel strips||interdigital|
|body of troops, bone of a finger or toe, finger and toe bone, line of battle, infantry line; group; platoon, tight group||phalanx|
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